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3K fans Giveaway, a summer doll outfit!

Doll clothing giveaway by Fig and Me.

We are really astonished that my Facebook fan page reached 3,000 followers this summer, and even though I already did a doll giveaway at the beginning of the year, I felt like that number had to be commemorated somehow. The support I receive on Facebook has been huge and I wonder why it took me so long, I guess shyness and the fact my kids were little so there was almost no time to spend chatting about dollies. But I truly feel I have a nice community now, who understands a little bit more my process, the way I see my dolls and that come and hang out with me quite regularly. So, to thank you all I made a cute doll outfit to rejoice this summer, as advised my loyal board of trustees. 

This pretty doll outfit fits my dolls from 17" to 21" tall. It will of course fit the 23" but the skirt will be *very* short (hehe!) and the undies a bit too tight. I am pretty sure it should accommodate dolls of similar proportions (waist of around 12" in circumference). The set comprises:

  • Blouse or top made with cotton jersey, raglan sleeves with bound neckline and cuffs, plackets on back, as it opens fully for ease of dressing your pretty doll.
  • matching underpants in a boxer-style, with bound legs and waist and a small vintage green button.
  • mint 100% linen skirt, with elastic in casing and decorated with three zakka wooden buttons.

All seams are serged, you can laundry by machine but I always recommend hand-washing due to the nature of the clothes and the wooden buttons. My personal experience has been great getting my girls to do their doll's laundry, so I highly recommend that. 


Thank you so much for coming here to read about it, for entering and for supporting Fig & Me. We shall see tomorrow night which dolly is the lucky one!. I will keep you posted.

Four little wool babies and four pretty wooden cradles, team work is what is all about.

Adelita and our trip to the past, a custom cloth doll for a young lady.